May 20, 2015
This is the audio version of a chapter from the Book, Essays on the Bhagavadgita
by Jayaram V, titled The Meaning of Yoga in the Context of the Bhagavadgita.
The author explains how the definition of yoga is different from the classical
definition of yoga mentioned in the Yogasutras and why it is significant.
Mar 17, 2013
Now, what is your natural state of mind? Have you ever tried to observe it.
Have you ever tried to think about it. We are usually conditioned to believe
that life is tough and life is full of suffering. We therefore think life is
largely a struggle and suffering is an inherent and integral aspect of life.
Mar 11, 2013
Citta is loosely translated as the mind. However, citta is not just mind
alone...Citta is not confined to the mind alone. It is rather the whole mind
and body awareness pervading the mind, the ego, the intelligence, the senses,
the organs of action, the nervous system, and various types of breathes. Citta
is a kind of...
Oct 19, 2017
Emotions are useful to perceive reality and know what is going on in you
and around you. If you want to know yourself, pay attention to your emotions
and their causes. If you want to cultivate sameness or equanimity and learn
to accept yourself unconditionally, emotions are the best place to begin with.
May 21, 2013
This audio is based on the descriptions of sense organs in the Upanishads.
The sense organs are considered the divinities living in the human body, which
is similar to the body of the Cosmic Being and considered a microcosm (Viraj)
Jan 13, 2016
Know why it is important not to suppress your emotions but know them and
express them without feeling disturbed through of meditation, visualization
and other practices. Please visit Hinduwebsite.com and check the featured article
section to read the complete article.
Dec 3, 2013
True inner silence, complete control over the movements of your mind and
body, comes after a long effort. It requires years of yoga practice and persistence.
However, as a beginning step, you can practice silence in limited ways and reinvigorate
Jul 6, 2013
in Hinduism violence (himsa) not only means injuring or hurting others through
force but also causing disturbances within oneself or others through intentional
physical and mental actions.